Palm Leaf Plates Bundles | 7 &10 Square
Palm Leaf Plates Bundles | 7 &10 Square
Palm Leaf Plates Bundles | 7 &10 Square
Palm Leaf Plates Bundles | 7 &10 Square
Palm Leaf Plates Bundles | 7 &10 Square

Palm Leaf Plates Bundles | 7 &10 Square

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Made from ultra-sustainable, naturally-fallen palm leaves — you can feel good with every bite. The durable, wood-like feel won’t buckle under pressure, so you can fill your plate with firsts, seconds…and thirds. Plus, each one has its own unique variation in texture and color (compliments of Mother Nature).

  • Durable, yet lightweight
  • Leak-proof and sag-proof
  • Made from naturally fallen palm leaves.
  • Certified compostable

FAQs

You will receive Palm leaf plates in two dimensions: 7 inches and 10 inches, both square in shape. These plates are excellent choices for serving full-course meals and snacks. They are sturdy, waterproof, and compostable.

Yes, Infact they are wonderful choice for children’s parties as they are 100% natural, eco-friendly, and free from any kind of chemicals. They are also sturdy and waterproof which will make your parties even more enjoyable

Of Course! These biodegradable plates are designed in such a way that they can easily be used to serve cold as well as hot foods.

Definitely! Palm leaf plates are sturdy as well as water repellent so you can serve gravy food easily in these plates without worrying about spillage of the gravy.

Composting is a natural process where organic materials break down in soil, enriching it. Items like food scraps, leaves, and wood are compostable. Surprisingly, our palm leaf plates are also certified for composting. To compost at home, add our plates to your compost pile with twigs or leaves and let them decompose; they compost within 90-180 days. Once ready, mix the compost with your soil for nourishment. If you lack a backyard, use a designated compost bin. In landfills, compost naturally returns to nature.